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[movies]Daniel Grippi and Raphael Sofaer - on - Diaspora: Federated social networking Wednesday, February 16, 2011 - Brian Gupta - NYLUG
This presentation will outline the different standards Diaspora is using to federate data between pods and how the core Diaspora team maintains its pod at joindiaspora.com. The presentation will end with a section on how to get involved as a contributor to the Diaspora code-base. More Information: Join Diaspora (core team’s installation) Google groups diaspora-discuss Development google group diaspora-dev Pivotal tracker (public) Bug tracker Github IRC channels on freenode: #diaspora and #dias...
Keywords: Diaspora, NYLUG, Linux, GPL, Freedom
Downloads: 88
[movies]NYLUG Presents Sean O'Meara on an Introduction to Chef
Chef is a platform for building automated application infrastructure. This talk examines infrastructure as code, the evolution of a typical application's infrastructure over time, and how Chef's strategy to configuration management makes it easy to develop, scale and change. Example code will be examined showing how to achieve emergent topology, and contrasts Chef with other CM strategies such as golden image cloning...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Chef; Devops; LUG
Downloads: 117
[audio]NYLUG March 21, 2007 General Meeting - The New York Linux Users Group
On Wednesday March 21st 2007, Ira Hyman, Director of LinuxLoft.com development team, presented to NYLUG about the vision, goals and technical considerations of the PCLinuxOS version of Linux. As a bonus Ira revealed personal findings on a little know method of financing your inner entrepreneur.
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Ira Hyman; PCLinuxOS
Downloads: 353
[movies]New York Linux User Group (NYLUG) General Meeting for 5/10/12: An Introduction to the Go Programming Language - Robert Menes
Bob Hancock talks about the Go Programming Language for NYLUG. More info about Go can be found at http://golang.org/
Keywords: go; nylug; tech talks; linux; lugs
Downloads: 54
[movies]NYLUG Presents Robert Menes on Rockbox: Open Source Jukebox Firmware
Rockbox is an open source firmware replacement for a growing number of digital audio players. It adds many new features, including playback of many more codecs (including Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Musepack, and more), plugins, connectivity with any OS thanks to its USB stack (available on most targets), and a great many more features. Supported targets include devices by Archos, Apple, iriver, Cowon, Philips, Samsung, Toshiba, Packard Bell, MPIO, and SanDisk...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; LUG; GPL; FLOSS; Open Source; Firmware; Rockbox
Downloads: 38
[movies]NYLUG Presents Cameron L. Fadjo on Construct, Program, Design: An Introduction to Scratch From the Perspective of Computing and Cognition
Scratch is a programming environment that makes it easy to create interactive media, such as games, stories, and simulations â and share those creations online. With an extensive online community of over 730,000 registered members and over 250,000 unique contributors to the vast online resource of projects to share and explore, Scratch, and its online community, is continuing to grow and thrive as programming and designing become more social...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Scratch; Education; FLOSS; LUG; Open Source; Programming
Downloads: 137
[audio]NYLUG April 2007 General Meeting: Mugshot and the Online Desktop - Bryan Clark & Havoc Pennington
People are using hundreds of web based applications running inside Firefox every day to get their work done. While there are plenty of excellent desktop based applications, the time has passed for the Linux Desktop to continue ignoring the presence and usefulness of web applications. The GNOME Online Desktop is a mighty acronym for integrating online services people are already using with desktop as tightly as desktop applications are integrated now...
Keywords: NYLUG; Mugshot; Linux; FOSS; Open Source; Web 2.0; social networking; computers; technology; Free Software
Downloads: 111
[audio]Alec Istomin on Alternative Virtualization Technologies including OpenVirtuozzo, Virtuozzo, Parallels and more (December 12, 2007) - The New York Linux Users Group
Unless you've been to Mars and back the past couple of years, chances are that you've heard something about virtualization. It is one of the hottest trends in technology right now, yet market adoption is still in its early stages. "Virtualization" is not however, a generic term that defines every type of technology. "Containers," "hypervisors," "paravirtualization" and "OS virtualization" are distinct approaches - each having its own application and strength...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; Open Source; Alex Istomin; OpenVirtuozzo; Virtuozzo; Parallels; Virtualization
Downloads: 98
[audio]NYLUG: October 23, 2007 Python Workshop - The New York Linux Users Group
During the October 23 NYLUG Python Workshop, we discussed how to handle Peter C. Norton's absence, Python texts, documentation, Python's help system, low-level file writing, object orientation, inheritance, and multiple inheritance. We will meet again, on November 6, at the NY Public Library, Hudson Park Branch, 66 Leroy St New York, NY 10014 Our Google calendar is at http://tighturl.com/fp and will be available here as audio within a few days after.
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; Open Source; Mark Halegua; Python; scripting; learning; Computers; Technology
Downloads: 64
[audio]J. Paul Reed on Releasing Software at Scale: Keeping Firefox Running on Millions of Desktops - The New York Linux Users Group
In commercial software development, the role of a build/release engineer can differ widely among organizations. In open source software, the role is often minimal, if it exists at all. But for consumer-oriented open source projects, like Mozilla's Firefox and Thunderbird, turning a thirty megabyte source tarball into something that mom, dad, and your boyfriend can use takes someone polishing those bits and running them across the finish line...
Keywords: J. Paul Reed; preed; NYLUG; Firefox; Thunderbird; Seamonkey; Mozilla; Release Engineering; Open Source; development; collaborative development
Downloads: 115
[audio]Eric E. Moore on Linux and Free Software, the Swiss Army Knife of Compute Clusters - The New York Linux Users Group
Eric E. Moore on Linux and Free Software, the Swiss Army Knife of Computing Clusters Computing clusters. Harnessing the power of multiple computers to do lots of work. Tuesday, 15 May 2007, Dr. Eric Moore will presented on the usability, reliability, computational might of connecting various hardware to form a single computational entity. A cluster of computers. You might wonder, doesn't, didn't virtualization render clustering obsolete? expensive, unreliable by comparison? ``Making one PC look ...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; Open Source; Eric E. Moore; Compute Clusters; Clusters; Render Farms
Downloads: 320
[movies]NYLUG-2011-04-20-Etsy-Deployinator - Videoed by Claudio Caballero
How Etsy removed the pain and fear from deploying code Wednesday, April 20, 2011, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Video shot by Claudio Caballero As Etsy grew in traffic and engineering resources, fear crept into the deployment process. At one point, code was only being deployed once every 2 weeks; with planned outages! As of March 2010, Etsy is deploying to production up to 40 times a day with almost 70 engineers - all of whom can "push the button"...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; FLOSS; Open Source; Deployinator; Erik Kastner; John Goulah; Etsy
Downloads: 164
[audio]NYLUG January 8, 2008 Python Workshop - The New York Linux Users Group
During this workshop we discussed some points on object-orientation, looked at the SPE cross-platform Python IDE, and got an overview of Django. Future workshops will discuss 1-3 Python topics that have been pre-announced before the meeting.
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; Open Source; Peter C. Norton; Mark Halegua; Python; scripting; learning; Computers; Technology
Downloads: 66
[movies]Mark Tolliver, Palamida on Application Security for Open Source Software - The New York Linux Users Group
Open Source has been a blessing to the development community. However undocumented open source now permeates production code. While IP issues are the most obvious concerns, security has become THE big concern. You can't patch what you do not know you have. Firms are finding out that they have 5x the amount of open source they thought and hundreds of undocumented modules. Palamida technology identifies these, matches them to the vulnerability data base and supplies a tool suite for maintenance an...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Mark Tolliver; Palamida; security; intellectual property; licensing
Downloads: 95
[audio]Paul Charles Leddy on The Asterisk Free Software Telephone System - The New York Linux Users Group
On Thursday October 23 we had a demonstration and overview of Asterisk, a Free Software implementation of a telephone switch. What is a switch? Well, it's the essential core of a phone company. It's also what lets you dial 42 on your phone at work and be connected to the person who knows everything. Wait, that's you? Paul Charles Leddy will be guiding us through a technical overview of how Asterisk works, rather than an overview of how to use it...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Paul Charles Leddy; Asterisk; Telephony
Downloads: 58
[audio]NYLUG January 22, 2008 Python Workshop - The New York Linux Users Group
During this workshop we discussed Django CMSes, a possibility of moving the workshop to John Jay College, we talked about PyQt, we looked again at the Eric Python IDE. We also picked Peter's brain about Python.
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; Open Source; Peter C. Norton; Mark Halegua; Python; scripting; learning; Computers; Technology
Downloads: 40
[audio]Mark Tolliver, Palamida on Application Security for Open Source Software - The New York Linux Users Group
Open Source has been a blessing to the development community. However undocumented open source now permeates production code. While IP issues are the most obvious concerns, security has become THE big concern. You can't patch what you do not know you have. Firms are finding out that they have 5x the amount of open source they thought and hundreds of undocumented modules. Palamida technology identifies these, matches them to the vulnerability data base and supplies a tool suite for maintenance an...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Mark Tolliver; Palamida; security; intellectual property; licensing
Downloads: 57
[audio]NYLUG: Zach Smith on Open Source Manufacturing and RepRap - The New York Linux Users Group
Zach Smith on Open Source Manufacturing and RepRap This July's meeting was refreshingly unique. A project with goals extraordinary. Simply, the bootstrapping of objects by other objects. A thing making another thing, or its own thing. =) RepRap is an open source project to create a self replicating 3D printing machine. With this machine the goal is to one day be able to automatically create a variety of real objects, including a copy of the machine itself...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; Open Source; Zach Smith; Zach Hoeken Smith; 3D Printing; Open Source Manufacturing; RepRap
Downloads: 346
[movies]Paul Charles Leddy on The Asterisk Free Software Telephone System - The New York Linux Users Group
On Thursday October 23 we had a demonstration and overview of Asterisk, a Free Software implementation of a telephone switch. What is a switch? Well, it's the essential core of a phone company. It's also what lets you dial 42 on your phone at work and be connected to the person who knows everything. Wait, that's you? Paul Charles Leddy will be guiding us through a technical overview of how Asterisk works, rather than an overview of how to use it...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Paul Charles Leddy; Asterisk; Telephony
Downloads: 267
[movies]Ira Hyman on How to Create a Free Infrastructure for Multimedia and Internet TV Production - The New York Linux Users Group
Ever have an idea for a TV show, a stage production, or a movie script? How do you get everyone on the same page? Collaboration is a very hot issue right now, and with good reason. Through the use of several cross-platform and web based applications, you can share documents, scripts, and whiteboards, while using VOIP, IM and chat all at the same time. These tools can be used for many other purposes as well, including workplace tasks...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Ira Hyman; small business; startups; IT infrastructure; video editing; collaboration
Downloads: 409
[movies]Greg Martyn on The New K Desktop Environment, KDE 4 - The New York Linux Users Group
KDE 4 is a deliberate shift away from the norms of desktop environments. After more than 2 years of heavy development, there is a lot to talk about. KDE 4 represents a largely re-written KDE, a port to QT4 (recently made available under GPL3), and sports the new file manager, Dolphin, and the new desktop shell, Plasma. KDE 4 has been designed to be faster and easier on your computer, while introducing many improvements over KDE 3...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Greg Martyn; KDE; K Desktop Environment; KDE 4; Portability
Downloads: 96
[audio]Ira Hyman on How to Create a Free Infrastructure for Multimedia and Internet TV Production - The New York Linux Users Group
Ever have an idea for a TV show, a stage production, or a movie script? How do you get everyone on the same page? Collaboration is a very hot issue right now, and with good reason. Through the use of several cross-platform and web based applications, you can share documents, scripts, and whiteboards, while using VOIP, IM and chat all at the same time. These tools can be used for many other purposes as well, including workplace tasks...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Ira Hyman; small business; startups; IT infrastructure; video editing; collaboration
Downloads: 38
[audio]Subhendu Ghosh of Red Hat on Kexec/Kdump: Managing Linux crash dumps - The New York Linux Users Group
For a long time, Linux did not have a standard mechanism for capturing crash dumps. Different distributions included different techniques. In the 2.6 kernels we finally have a common method for managing crash dumps using kexec and kdump. This talk will describe the technologies involved and how to configure and manage a production environment to capture vmcores. Kdump is a new kernel crash dumping mechanism and is very reliable because the crash dump is captured from the context of a freshly boo...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source, Kdump; Kexec; Subhendu Ghosh; Red Hat; Crash; kernel panic
Downloads: 84
[audio]Robert Rusinko on Using Rocks to build Linux Clusters and Subhendu Ghosh on the Cobbler Provisioning System - The New York Linux Users Group
There are now many options for creating Linux clusters; clustering remains one of the hottest applications for Linux today. Along with an overview of the popular clustering software, we will focus on the Rocks package sponsored by the National Science Foundation, from basic installation to running jobs. Robert Rusinko will be show us the ins and outs of setting up clusters using Rocks, and give us a peek at the Rocks 5.0 (Beta) using Xen...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Robert Rusinko; Subhendu Ghosh; Rocks; Cobbler; clusters; Xen; provisioning; cluster computing; kickstart; koan; Beowulf
Downloads: 47
[audio]James Vasile of the Software Freedom Law Center on GPL3, The FOSS Legal Primer, and The Interaction of Licenses & Communities - The New York Linux Users Group
James Vasile of the Software Freedom Law Center discusses several legal topics of interest to users of Free and Open Source Software. While version three of the GPL is now old news, there are still some points about it worth discussing, and many still have questions about what makes it different from previous versions of the widely-used GNU General Public License. James also spoke to us about the interaction between licenses and communities...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; Open Source; James Vasile; SFLC; Software Freedom Law Center; Creative Commons; GPL; GPL3; licenses; communities
Downloads: 89
[audio]Sunny Dubey on The Linux DJ (Live Mix!) - The New York Linux Users Group
Last time, it was all talk and no spin :(This time its all spin spin spin >:)Over the last 50 years DJing and its music has evolved from simple records to full blown PC-based setups. Join us Monday November 24, as we discuss a wide variety of topics that encompass what every DJ knows, and what every Linux based DJ should know. Sunny will demonstrate the tools of the trade that are used by simple wedding DJs to global DJs like Armin van Buuren.Part 1: The fundamentals of DJingTogether we shall ex...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Sunny Dubey; DJ; disc jockey; music; audio; spinning; Mixx; Xwzx; Rane; M-Audio
Downloads: 96
[audio]Greg Martyn on The New K Desktop Environment, KDE 4 - The New York Linux Users Group
KDE 4 is a deliberate shift away from the norms of desktop environments. After more than 2 years of heavy development, there is a lot to talk about. KDE 4 represents a largely re-written KDE, a port to QT4 (recently made available under GPL3), and sports the new file manager, Dolphin, and the new desktop shell, Plasma. KDE 4 has been designed to be faster and easier on your computer, while introducing many improvements over KDE 3...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Greg Martyn; KDE; K Desktop Environment; KDE 4; Portability
Downloads: 67
[movies]Sunny Dubey on The Linux DJ (Live Mix!) - The New York Linux Users Group
Last time, it was all talk and no spin :(This time its all spin spin >:)Over the last 50 years DJing and its music has evolved from simple records to full blown PC-based setups. Join us Monday November 24, as we discuss a wide variety of topics that encompass what every DJ knows, and what every Linux based DJ should know. Sunny will demonstrate the tools of the trade that are used by simple wedding DJs to global DJs like Armin van Buuren.Part 1: The fundamentals of DJingTogether we shall explore...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Sunny Dubey; DJ; disc jockey; music; audio; spinning; Mixx; Xwzx; Rane; M-Audio
Downloads: 151
[movies]Subhendu Ghosh of Red Hat on Kexec/Kdump: Managing Linux crash dumps - The New York Linux Users Group
For a long time, Linux did not have a standard mechanism for capturing crash dumps. Different distributions included different techniques. In the 2.6 kernels we finally have a common method for managing crash dumps using kexec and kdump. This talk will describe the technologies involved and how to configure and manage a production environment to capture vmcores. Kdump is a new kernel crash dumping mechanism and is very reliable because the crash dump is captured from the context of a freshly boo...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source, Kdump; Kexec; Subhendu Ghosh; Red Hat; Crash; kernel panic
Downloads: 135
[movies]Robert Rusinko on Using Rocks to build Linux Clusters and Subhendu Ghosh on the Cobbler Provisioning System - The New York Linux Users Group
There are now many options for creating Linux clusters; clustering remains one of the hottest applications for Linux today. Along with an overview of the popular clustering software, we will focus on the Rocks package sponsored by the National Science Foundation, from basic installation to running jobs. Robert Rusinko will be show us the ins and outs of setting up clusters using Rocks, and give us a peek at the Rocks 5.0 (Beta) using Xen...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; FLOSS; computers; techonology; community projects; Open Source; Robert Rusinko; Subhendu Ghosh; Rocks; Cobbler; clusters; Xen; provisioning; cluster computing; kickstart; koan; Beowulf
Downloads: 174
[audio]Sunny Dubey on Audio on Linux: From Sound to the DJ Booth - The New York Linux Users Group
The call of a penguin, the roar of a steam train and many other sounds today we take for granted. Yet over 130 years ago was it only possible to hear these sounds in real life, recorded sound did not exist. Along came the cylinder phonograph and everything changed. Today we live in a world full of multimedia allowing us to experience what comes from lands afar. As Linux continues to evolve, so have its audio offerings...
Keywords: NYLUG; Linux; Free Software; FOSS; Open Source; Sunny Dubey; audio; Linux audio; ALSA; Audacity; UltraMixer; Mixx; DJ; sound; trance; Amarok; Computers; Technology
Downloads: 110
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